Here is a quite useful process !
This process will allow you to manage your other processes rights and the global policy !
With it , you will be able to define which users or which groups are able to start or read defined processes .
You will also be able to chose whether all your user can start processes by default or none of them can .
There may be some french bits remaining in the code / strings , please tell me so i can remove it.
You need to add a process variable (text type) where this join checker will store a value if the veto rule matches.
You need to add a step variable (text type) where you will store the answers (votes) of your users.
You want to retrieve the users that wrote the tweets you found and multi instanciate a step of your process with these users. You have the solution here. This MultiInstanciator connector will return the list of users and the join number will be the number of users in this list.
The Bonita Inbox Feed Creator allows your users to get their inbox in a RSS feed.
To install this web application, you need to have a server (like tomcat) with Bonita User Experience installed. Just copy/paste the war file in the webapp folder of your server.
When you go in the root url of the Bonita Inbox Feed Creator, you have to login with your account, then you will be redirected to your RSS feed. You just have to use this url in your favorite RSS reader.
The Active Directory Member Resolver is based on the code of the original "Active Directory Group Resolver" except it resolves each group member's 'saMAccountName' attribute individually via their DN. This overcomes the limitation whereby all of the 'person' entries had to exist within a given location to be resolved.
From Bull Spain (www.bull.es) want to share the experience accumulated during these years develop using the workflow engine Bonita, so we will make available to the community some of the connectors we have developed in the latest BOS versions. Expecting it result very useful !!!
Your a fan of twitter and in your process you want to test if 2 users are friends? Well this connector is done for you! Just need to provide the account information and the 2 user names you want to test.
This contribution contains a .bar file. It is an overview of the steps followed by the Bonitasoft documentation team, when creating a new feature. Each step contains a form with a “Todo” list, in the form of checkboxes.
Note that you cannot submit a form and validate a step, unless all the items in the list are checked.
This is a working process but does it not contain any data.
For more information, please visit the new on-line Bonita Documentation System.
This contribution contains a .bar file. It is a simple process, which overviews the steps followed by the BonitaSoft documentation team, when creating a new video for a feature.
This is a process diagram of the steps involved and does not contain any data created using the business analyst profile user guidance.
To see some of the videos produced, go to: http://www.bonitasoft.com/resources/documentation/video-library
Your a fan of twitter and in your process you want to remove a user in a friends list? Well, with this connector, it's easy: provide the account information and the desired user name you want to unfollow.
Retrieve all users in a Liferay User Group through WebService (tested with liferay 6.0.4)
Needs Liferay client jars and dependencies (provided by liferay [url=http://sourceforge.net/project/lportal/files/Liferay%20Portal/6.0.4/life...) :
[b]UPDATE: Kayak.com is no longer providing the API required for retrieving travel information from their site. Consequently, our Kayak.com connectors are unable to collect available flight and hotel information.[/b]
Here is how to use the output BitMatrix object:
com.google.zxing.client.j2se.MatrixToImageWriter.writeToFile(matrix,"PNG",new File("some/path.png")); // Write to a file
com.google.zxing.client.j2se.MatrixToImageWriter.writeToStream(matrix, "PNG", outputStream); // Write to a stream
java.awt.BufferedImage image = com.google.zxing.client.j2se.MatrixToImageWriter.toBufferedImage(matrix); // Get a BufferedImage